Close to Kos Town, this hotel offers a great choice of pools, along with easy access to the beach.
The pools are what really sell this hotel. There are 4 main ones, each with its own draw – for example, one’s adults only, while another houses the splash park. Elsewhere, you’ve got 4 restaurants, including a Greek place.
Location-wise, the hotel is in a quiet spot just a couple of minutes’ walk from a sandy beach. And when you fancy exploring, it’s a few minutes’ drive to the island capital, Kos Town.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinner in the Greek, Italian or pool restaurants. Wine in the Italian restaurant has an extra charge. One meal a week in the Chinese à la carte restaurant.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks until 24.00.
Snacks at set times.
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
Rooms are modern, with views over the hotel's gardens. They come with 2 separate bedrooms with twin or double beds, 2 flat screen TV’s, mini-fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, safety deposit box, air-conditioning, bathroom with bath or shower, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. These rooms are set up for 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults and 2 children, or 2 adults and 3 children.
Rooms are stylish with views over the hotel's gardens. They've got spacious wardrobes, 2 separate bedrooms with twin beds in parents room and twin or bunk beds in children’s room and a themed kids bedroom. These rooms have space for 3 adults and 2 children or 2 adults and 3 children. You'll also have 2 flat screen TVs, a mini-fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, safety deposit box, air-conditioning, a bathroom with bath or shower, a hairdryer bathrobes and slippers. These rooms are about 250 metres from main complex. You can hire a Playstation 2* from reception.
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fantastic range of pools and restaurants, it has a spa and the waterpark is excellent. The staff are super friendly and for something done on this scale, it is really well executed, never feeling crowded. The private beach with bar is fantastic too. My top tip is to hitchhike the golf buggies that go around the place. Also try the crepes - delicious. Note we pointed out a safety problem with some raised ironworks next to the five-a-side pitch and the next day it was fixed, and I mean properly fixed by someone who cared about doing a good job - well done.More
the best family holidays in my life
I will remember it for years...
Food was excellent and the choice really good, All inclusive was a real one..
Swimming pools - many, big and small, also perfect ones for children
Animations perfect, especially at evenings
Aqua Park by the hotel - we spent hours there..
not fare from the cityMore
The resort was lovely it was massive. Plenty to do. The beach isn't great but pipped down a couple of times for the view. Went on a few trips would definitely recommend the day trip to the volcano it was amazing and we'll worth the money. The only thing that let the hotel down was the evening entertainment, Yeh the staff tried really hard but it was the same thing every night a singing and dancing show where some of them should perhaps not be singing. The food and drink were good, I'm vegetarian and everything is labelled and I didn't go hungry, the pancake station was awesome. One thing to note is men must wear long trousers in the main restaurant, I don't remember seeing this when booking but the restaurant did turn men away if wearing shorts, however full length jogging bottoms were acceptable . The reps were really good and knowledgeable about the area.More
Travelled back in August for two weeks with family. First impressions were good, the hotel is a nice big size and very clean and modern. Our room was adequate enough, though not enough drawers to keep clothes as a family of 3.
Breakfast was good, fresh eggs, bacon, beans etc every day along with cereals, fruit, muffins, continental items too.
Lunch we mainly ate at the pool restaurant over in the annexe side of the hotel, the main pool was always too busy and bustling for us so we kept to the quieter side. Good different choices daily, cooked well and help yourself to drinks and icecream.
Dinner again was lots for choice, though i can be a bit fussy so ate a lot of salad on this holiday. Not that i am complaining. Waiter service for drinks and you can choose what restaurant to dine in, if booked in advance. One warning though gentleman - TAKE LONG TROUSERS! Shorts will not be tolerated in all but one restaurant, by the main pool.
What let this place down for me was we paid a fair amount for our holiday (a lot in fact) and we had to pay extra for bottled water, cocktails, certain coffee's, milkshakes, certain spirits.... this isnt really what you expect from an All Inclusive hotel rated so highly. VERY disappointing. In fact if we had known this we would never have booked here simply because we paid so much for our holiday and the things we love werent included!
Weather was excellent, not too hot and nice and breezy at times.
(Please note - the below has not affected my views of the hotel)
Kos as an island I thought was a bit of a dump, literally. Rubbish, grafitti pretty much everywhere. The immigrant were there in kos town, that put a little dampner on things, life vests, boats, oars, rubbish, rubbish, rubbish all washed up on our beach every day. Though it was being cleared up every day it was just never ending.More
Lovely hotel.. How ever I would recommend that you don't go on the last 2 weeks of October as it starts to shut down around you.. The water park brilliant for young children to keep them entertained. And if your children are fussy eaters there is chicken nugguts and chips fish fingers and pizza and jacket Patatoes. Hot dogs and ice cream being serverd in the water park.. Found this good when my 17 month old didn't want to eat what was in the restraunt. If you go here you should try the crepes at the pool station they are amazing. The entertainment staff are brilliant so full of energy they work very hard and long hours all staff work so hard and keep the hotel extremely clean constantly mopping making sure there no rubbish about.. Fresh food being brought in the restraunt all time filling the buffet tins always had warm food.. They do different themed nights which I found good always find something nice to eat.. Can't wait to return a bit earlier may be end of September..More